Our training assists your team to effectively prepare for and respond to sudden onset emergencies including earthquakes, Tsunami and fire.
Although the training is focused to staying safe at work, it also includes emergency walk home planning and home preparedness. This enables your team to return to work sooner and help get your business back up and running, which can be a significant competitive advantage.
Workplaces are required to look after staff and customers in the event of an emergency. Our training assists you to meet your obligations under HSWA 2015.
Training can be recorded as a health and safety meeting to demonstrate due diligence for HSWA compliance.
Recent earthquakes and Tsunami warnings highlighted the urgency required to escape a locally generated Tsunami which could inundate Wellington in as little as six minutes following a large earthquake.
Most people know drop-cover-hold... but what do you do when the shaking stops? Is your building in a Tsunami inundation zone? What will you do?
We help your team survive the initial seconds, minute’s hours following a devastating earthquake. This includes:
Each training package is customised to address your workplace hazards.
Training takes 120 mins including Q&A and is scheduled to suit your operational requirements. Training costs $499 per session or $899 for back to back sessions. 5 or more sessions @ $449 each which should include at least 4 sessions back to back. Groups should not be larger than 30, depending on the venue.
Our online training package is available for those who have missed a booked training session. Training takes 45 mins plus optional 10 minute self-assessment. Online training is also useful as part of new staff induction training.
Online training is free to clients who have completed formal training sessions or for clients with service level agreements. Casual login from $24.95 per session.
We offer discounted annual refresher training in conjunction with our earthquake W.O.F. certification.
· 30 Minute practical safest walk home route module – using paper based maps and Google maps